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Sheryl Sandberg's new book, Lean In, may be good, but it's the backlash that has people talking. Is Sandberg the best - or worst - role model for young feminists?
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FORTUNE -- I began Lean In anticipating a repackaging of Facebook (FB) COO Sheryl Sandberg's TED and Barnard speeches, which targeted my demographic (I'm 23). There are the expected chapters on not leaving before you leave and finding a MOREMar 8, 2013 10:50 AM ET
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mer P&G CMO and management expert Jim Stengel tells Fortune who he would pick if he could build his very own Executive Dream Team. Interview by Daniel Roberts
Fortune selected an executive dream team consisting of the world's best business leaders. Mellody Hobson, the president of Ariel Investments, gives us her selections and why.
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